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H2C COVID-19 POV Series • Telehealth

Telehealth Implications in a Post-COVID World

September 23, 2020

By Richard I. Rollo

H2C has been actively following developments in the healthcare industry as our clients grapple with the immediate effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and begin considering its aftermath. Our observations have helped form a collective perspective, which we will share in a series of short articles.

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Of the many things to have emerged from the COVID-19 pandemic, the rise in the use of telehealth may be one of the most profound. Because the term “telehealth” is not yet universally defined, we mean here the business processes and technologies that enable, or should enable, consumers to access healthcare providers, obtain care, enable providers to remotely monitor chronic conditions, or, in more serious cases, gain well-curated referral to the appropriate care provider(s).


Since March, when COVID-19 quickly began to spread across the United States, we have witnessed and even experienced firsthand the enormously increased use of telehealth services in lieu of in-person visits to healthcare providers. Today, the push for telehealth goes beyond the need to limit the spread of the coronavirus to the desire among consumers to access healthcare services virtually due to telehealth’s convenience and efficiency. To create value, telehealth must go beyond simply triaging care and, instead, meet the consumer’s healthcare needs efficiently and effectively.


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